A man wanted in the June abduction of a Ventnor man from Atlantic City was arrested today.
Taaladdin Jackson, 31, of Atlantic City, was allegedly one of three men who kidnapped the male from Atlantic City on June 15, taking him back to his Ventnor home, where he was robbed.
Wayne Crymes Jr. and Korahn Hinson were arrested that night.
Today, members of the U.S. Marshall's New York/New Jersey Regional Fugitive Task Force received information that Jackson was in Absecon, Atlantic City Police Detective Lt. James Sarkos said.
Jackson was arrested at 7 p.m. Tuesday with the assistance of Atlantic City's SWAT team, Special Investigations Section and Pleasantville police.
Jackson is charged with aggravated assault, kidnapping and conspiracy to commit robbery. He also was charged with violation of parole. He was released from South Woods State Prison in April 2012, after more than five months in prison on a drug charge, according to state Department of Corrections records, which lists his first name as Talliddin.
Jackson's bail was set at $750,000 full cash by Atlantic City Municipal Court Judge Bruce Ward. Ventnor Judge Mary Siracusa set additional bail at $100,000 full cash.